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Autumn Days with the Moodys Meet the Characters

Mr. Moody—Dad (Jim), counts himself extremely blessed to be a father of six children. He works at a bank downtown. Dad takes his role of being the spiritual leader of his family seriously, and he seeks to find creative ways to encourage them in the Lord.

Mrs. Moody—Mom (Emily), with brown hair and a cheerful smile, runs an efficient household. She loves her role as helpmeet and mom.

Max—Max (Maxwell), twelve, is the oldest of the Moody children. He has a heart for the Lord, desires to please Him, and obey his parents.

Mollie—Mollie, who turns eleven in this book, is a sweet young lady. She loves Jesus, looks for ways to bless her family, and she works to apply herself to her school.

Mitch—Mitch (Mitchell), a ten-year-old by the end of Autumn Days, is grateful for his parents’ encouragement to make his time in God’s Word a priority each day. Life is full of interesting twists, especially if you see it from Mitch’s perspective.

Maddie—Four-year-old blonde Madelynn, affectionately known as Maddie, loves being a big sister to the Moody twins. Her cute comments and view of life add a spark to the Moody household.

Moses and Melissa—The little Moody twins keep the Moodys busy, and their baby antics are a joy.

Grandpa and Grandma—James and Martha are Dad’s parents. They live next door to the Moodys.

Grandma Clifton—Grandma Clifton, isn’t truly the Moodys’ grandma, but they love her like a grandma. She is an elderly widow whom they’ve helped and also the owner of Honey, a golden retriever.

Mrs. Maud Bagwell—A widow for many years, Mrs. Bagwell lives up the street from the Moodys. She recently accepted the Lord as her Savior.

Mr. Delome—Mr. Delome is the Moodys’ across-the-street neighbor, and he was saved in the spring.

Mr. and Mrs. Parker—A young couple from the Moodys’ church who is helping them with the church services at the nursing home.

National Pastor—The Moodys support a national pastor in Zambia. If you would like to know more about national pastors and how you may support them, visit this site: www.FamiliesforJesus.com/pastors

Mr. Gibson—The animal “catcher”!The Moodys have developed a friendship with him, and they enjoy seeing him as opportunities arise.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell—They live up the street from the Moodys, and they have a baby, Madison, who is near the twins’ age, and they are expecting another child. They are also the owners of Peaches, the cat, whom the Moody children have pet-sat.